You have probably seen those posters in the bathroom of your local gym that let you know how hydrated you are (or not) depending on the color of your pee. Well, the Jacksonville Jaguars decided that wasn't enough and they installed urinals at Miller Electric Center that let players know whether they're find or need to drink more liquids. Jaguars kicker Josh Scobee caught wind of the news and took advantage of the opportunity to remind everyone how passionate fans are.
Scobee took to Twitter to say that fans of the Jacksonville Jaguars will still piss teal regardless of the top-notch technology in the bathrooms at Miller Electric. As of this writing, the post only got 132 likes but you could make the case that it deserves many more.
In case you weren't aware or just became a fan, the color teal, along with black, has been a staple of the uniform since the Jaguars were founded. Even though the team has tried several schemes and combinations, teal remains a fan favorite.
This isn't the first time fans of the Jags get a shoutout. Even though they play in one of the smallest markets, Jaguars fans are known for being passionate and going after everyone that says anything bad about them. Talking head Annie Agar knows first-hand.
After saying some utterly unfunny remarks about the Jags, fans did some digging and unveiled some pretty bad (and racist) pots Agar had made on Twitter. She eventually apologized and learned that it's best not to mess with Jaguars fans.
Not long ago, former Jaguars defensive lineman/turned MMA artist Austen Lane jokingly said that the only way Elon Musk could shut down Twitter is if he made disparaging comments about the Jaguars and/or their fans. Here's Scobee's tweet about the urinals. On a side note, he said he was considering doing a weekly show where he interviews players and coaches
Miller Electric Center (and its urinals) give the Jaguars a chance to prepare
Urban Meyer was a hack who wasn't cut to coach in the NFL. He took over a Jaguars team that was coming off a 1-15 season and somehow managed to sink them even lower. Having said that, his short-stint had a few positives. Sure, you have to scrape the bottom of the barrel but one of them was requesting a top-notch facility to get the most out of his players.
Even though Meyer got the boot less than a year after getting hired, the Jaguars still proceeded to build the training center he requested. Although it took a bit, they finally inaugurated it in time for this year's training camp. Their weight room has lots of space, the same is true of the cafeteria and their locker room, and pretty much every other area.
Now, Jaguars players have the best resources available at their disposal and Josh Scobee pointed it out while taking advantage of the opportunity to remind everyone how passionate their fans are.